The Tenderness way is a new website for Dr. Faith Bethelard to help people find fulfillment, peace and prosperity.
SI is a professional services firm and government contractor in the investigations, intelligence, and cyber sectors, based in the Washington DC metropolitan area, operating business units SPECINV and SI Cyber worldwide.
Katz Creative Books and Media is a client I work with which helps authors publish their dream book and helps them write it.
In her self-help book disguised as a memoir of separation and loss, New York actress and social worker Alison Rand shares her life of tragedies–and how she learned to overcome. Her story will help you conquer your own difficulties, no matter how overwhelming they may seem.
Angel Of The Ghetto tells one of the most amazing Holocaust Survivor Stories ever written. Sam Solasz jumps from a train bound for a death camp as a boy, then smuggles food and supplies into ghetto, all the while avoiding the nazis. After the war Sam immigrates to the United States with ten dollars in his pocket and through pure determination and persistence becomes a successful businessman and owner of a multi-million dollar operation.
A lovely site for aspiring independent author and social worker, Pascale Victor.
Independent author Louis Manzo’s new tell all book about the Christie administration. A simple, clean interface showcasing the author’s bold new political book.
A clean looking Photography site for a client who was trained to maintain and update the site for himself.
A petite dynamo with a huge heart and a big name in her native Vietnam is now a deeply entrenched New Yorker. “HP” as she is known amongst friends is an accomplished actress, singer and now a movie producer as well: Her soon-to-be released feature film Finding Julia is a dramatic thriller.
This is a site featuring my cartoon and illustration work.
No More. No Less. is the story of New Orleans philanthropist Richard C. Colton Jr.’s almost two decades-long struggle against cancer, and the spiritual journey it unearthed inside him. A cascade of treatments plays out over these pages, involving chemotherapy, radiation and three major surgeries—the last of which cost him a radical resection of the left side of his face, altering his appearance forever. With his life hanging in the balance, the author asked for a miracle—and his wish was granted. This is story of a plea, a promise, and the loving support of a community that gave a man back his life, so he could do more good in the world.